Information about Frances Jane Roe

Updated 14/3/2005

FRANCES JANE ROE was born 08 May 1834 in Whitby, Yorkshire, and died 30 Jan 1894. She married THOMAS CLARK. He was born 1837 in Dunsley, Yorkshire, and died Unknown.

Notes for FRANCES JANE ROE:
Known as Fanny . Aunt Fanny took her nephew - Francis Roe (b 1879 to Martin & Elizabeth) - to be baptised just after birth, because attention was being lavished on his twin brother John William, who subsequently died 10 days after birth. This was the reason why he was named Francis.

More About FRANCES JANE ROE:
Burial: Larpool Cemetry, Whitby - in grave of parents William Roe & Jane Wray

Notes for THOMAS CLARK:
1861 Census - Church Street, Whitby - aged 23 - Stonemason, living with wife Frances Jane Clark, aged 26, daughters Mary, aged 3 & Esther Jane, aged 1 and Mother - Martha Clark, aged 68
1871 Census - Clark's Buildings, Whitby - aged 34 - Stonemason (journeyman), living with wife Frances Jane Clark, aged 36, daughter Mary Clark, aged 12 and son George Hodgson Clark,aged 9 months
1881 Census - Carrs Yard, Ruswarp, Whitby - aged 44 - Stonemason, living with wife Francis Jane Clark, aged 46, daughter Mary Clark - Dressmaker, aged 22 and son George Hodgson Clark, aged 10 - Scholar
More About THOMAS CLARK:
Occupation: 1881, Stonemason

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